Ranchi: The state unit of the Lok Janshakti Party said that it will not settle for less than two Lok Sabha seats and 12 Vidhan Sabha
seats in the state during the upcoming elections. State LJP president Virendra Pradhan said that the party has already apprised the
central leadership of the party regarding its intentions.
He said that daily hundreds of people are joining the party from across the state expressing their belief in the leadership of national president Ramvilas Paswan. Mr Pradhan said that party organization was expanding its root among the blocks and panchayats of the state as a result of which the organization was in a health state in Jharkhand and was also working to ensure that the policies and the programmes of the state government reach to the people.
Over the issue of para teachers, he said that the party has asked the state government to look into their feasible demands. During a function which was organised at the party headquarters, Ramgarh district president of AAP Ramjatan Akela along with his supporters joined the party and also other women who hailed from separate areas of Ranchi.